Design Manager (Fiber/OSP), Project Manager, Field Engineer
Skills & Abilities
Supervises, plans, organizes, and directs cable and antenna installation and maintenance activities.
Develops and improves work methods and procedures related to installation and maintenance of all cable and antenna systems.
Manages, supervises, and performs planning and implementation activities.
Manages implementation and project installation and ensures architecture, configuration, and integration conformity.
Develops, plans, and integrates military base communications systems.
Serves as advisor at meetings for facility design, military construction programs and minor construction planning.
Evaluates base comprehensive plan and civil engineering projects.
Performs mission review with customers.
Controls, manages, and monitors project milestones and funding from inception to completion.
Determines adequacy and correctness of project packages and amendments.
Monitors project status and completion actions.
Manages and maintains system installation records, files, and indexes by using Cyberspace Infrastructure Planning System (CIPS) and AutoCAD.
Evaluates contracts, support, contingency and exercise plans to determine impact on manpower, equipment, and systems.
Develops Request for Quotes (RFQs) and Notice-to-Proceed (NTP)
Performs quality control (QC) and assurance (QA) of cable and antenna installation and maintenance.
Installs, maintains, reconstitutes, removes, and modifies copper core, coaxial, waveguide, and fiber optic cable and antenna systems.
Installs and maintains dedicated local area network (LAN) and wide area network (WAN) media distribution systems, including distribution system interior wiring and wireless access points.
Climbs antenna support structures and wooden poles to various heights for maintenance and installation actions on cable and antenna systems.
Uses drawings, task lists, instructions, and technical data to work on copper core, coaxial, waveguide, fiber optic cable and antenna systems.
Installs distribution equipment. Terminates copper core and fiber optic cables on main distribution frames and interface equipment.
Operates and performs maintenance on tools, test equipment, auxiliary equipment, and vehicles such as tractor-trailer, backhoes, dump trucks, trenchers, cable trailers, cable reel trucks, bucket trucks and antenna construction vehicles.
Monitors, analyzes, and troubleshoots copper core, waveguide, coaxial, and fiber optic cable systems.
Determines cause of signal deterioration in cable carrying audio, video, digital, and data transmission.
Troubleshoots, repairs, and replaces T-carrier equipment, fiber optic modems, and components.
Fiber Optical Cable Splicer
Directly supervised 25 personnel
Confined space certified
Self-Aide Buddy Care and Rescue trainer
USAF 3D177 Cable & Antenna Systems Manager / 9 June 1998 – 30 June 2018
COMMAND LEAD PROJECT MANAGER
AIR FORCE GLOBAL STRIKE COMMAND/ PROJECTS, PLANS & PROGRAMS
September 2016 to July 2018
-Managed HQ Air Force Global Strike Command’s $216M core network architecture for 7 military bases and Air Operations Command supporting 27K Airmen.
-Directed $10.7M defense network long-haul communications budget ensuring circuit availability/reliability for Air Force’s operational Nuclear Communication Command and Control systems.
SECTION CHIEF OF MAINTENANCE & CABLE/ANTENNA LEAD
374th COMMUNICATIONS SQUADRON / YOKOTA AFB, JAPAN
April 2012 to September 2016
-Managed projects, installs and maintenance 6.8K miles of copper, coaxial and fiber optic cable in support of 14 Local Area Networks & 3 High Frequency global networks.
-Organized $3M base Outside Plant upgrade project. Replaced failed fiber optical cable communications to 38 buildings and 41K feet of cable. Supported 55 Western Pacific units and 78K personnel.
10TH MISSILE SQUADRON / MALMSTROM AFB, MONTANA
July 2006 to June 2012
-Advised the commander on personnel, facility planning, communications, management & operation of 5 nuclear missile alert facilities vales at $30M.
-Lead 6 nuclear missile alert facility projects valued at $82M. De-conflicted maintenance with operations tempo for mission critical upgrades. Zero project delays.
CABLE & ANTENNA SPECIAL MAINTENANCE TEAM CRAFTSMAN
1st DETACHMENT / KAPAUN AB, GERMANY
December 2002 to July 2006
-Performed annual optimization inspections, installations and removal on 661 microwave Global Information Grid, HF, VHF, UHF antenna systems valued at $84M.
-Led teams of 6 while traveling throughout Europe maintaining microwave systems on towers reaching 800 feet. Ensured lifecycle management of $205M trunk system. Surpassed expectations done safely with zero mishaps.
Community College of the Air Force:
APPLIED SCIENCE ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY ASSOCIATES DEGREE (Completed 2012)
NATIONAL DEFENSE UNIVERSITY JOINT FORCE STAFF COLLEGE:
SENIOR ENLISTED JOINT PROFESSIONAL MILITARY EDUCAION CERTIFICATION (Completed 2014)
uNIVERSITY OF mARYLAND uNIVERSITY cOLLEGE:
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BACHALORS DEGREE (Current Student)
64 OF 120 CREDITS COMPLETED
BUILDING INDUSTRY CONSULTING SERVICE INTERNATIONAL (BICSI) CERTIFICATES:
REGISTERED COMMUNICATIONS DISTRIBUTION DESIGNER (RCDD)
(In-progress. Due to have certification January 2018)
INSTALLER LEVEL II COPPER (Non-current)
INSTALLER LEVEL II OPTICAL FIBER (Non-current)
ANDREWS INSTITUTE CERTIFICATES:
TERRESTRIAL MICROWAVE (2002)
FSJ4, L4PDM-RC, L5PDM-RC & RPC, L4PDM-RC, L7PDF-RC, WAVEGUIDE AND GROUNDING (2002)
TOWER RESCUE/CLIMBING CERTIFICATES:
ENVIRO-TECH INTERNATIONAL (2002)
TOWER RESCUE TRAINERS, L.L.C. (2003)
S.T.A.R.T. RESCUE TRAINING, Inc (2005)
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE (1998 - current)
REFERENCES AVAILBLE UPON REQUEST
DUSTIN E. HEMINGWAY
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